Dredging

  • Top Dredging Firm Joins Project to Fight CO2 -...

    The largest dredging company in America is joining forces with a research-driven initiative that wants to pull carbon out of the atmosphere using saltwater, wave action and sand - three ingredients that are very familiar to dredging operators.

     

  • Port of Gothenburg: Dredge spoil disposal system...

    In order to receive the world’s largest oceangoing vessels, the fairway leading into the Port of Gothenburg needs to be deepened by around four metres and six kilometres of fairway need to be dredged. Around 13.5 million cubic metres of spoils will need to be excavated and transported to a designated water area off the island of Vinga. An area which for many years has been used as a repository thanks to its depth and accumulative seabed.

     

  • Billion-dollar dredging work at Port Houston...

    A significant milestone in the history of the Houston Ship Channel was recognized today with the formal presentation of the Project Partnership Agreement (PPA) between the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) and the Port of Houston Authority (Port Houston) for the channel's billion-dollar widening and deepening program, Project 11.

     

  • Port of Houston signs partnership agreement on...

    A significant milestone in the history of the Houston Ship Channel was recognized with the formal presentation of the Project Partnership Agreement (PPA) between the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) and the Port of Houston Authority (Port Houston) for the channel's billion-dollar widening and deepening program, Project 11.

     

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Port of Gothenburg: Dredge spoil disposal system planned for fairway deepening project

In order to receive the world’s largest oceangoing vessels, the fairway leading into the Port of Gothenburg needs to be deepened by around four metres and six kilometres of fairway need to be dredged. Around 13.5 million cubic metres of spoils will need to be excavated and transported to a designated water area off the island of Vinga. An area which for many years has been used as a repository thanks to its depth and accumulative seabed.

 
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